Become financially secure and independent, reduce stress, reach your goals.
Ms. Moody isn’t selling any products, she’s the friendly financial educator you wish you had in school. Ms. Moody helps people going through major life transitions, particularly newlyweds and recently divorced or widowed women. Formerly a librarian, Ms. Moody has years of experience as an educator and saves you time and money by tailoring her sessions to your needs.
For newlyweds or people moving in together: Have a happier and more successful relationship by talking about money now instead of fighting about money later. Guard against the pitfalls of a spender marrying a saver, or one person becoming resentful of their spouse’s use of “their” money; understand your and your partner’s needs when it comes to money; build a plan together; learn how to organize your money to get to achieve your long term goals.
For recent divorcees and widowers: After divorce or widowhood, many women are put in charge of their own finances for the first time in decades. They don’t have the luxury of learning how to handle finances one item at a time, as we do when going into adulthood; rather, they suddenly have an adult’s amount of financial responsibility. They often feel overwhelmed and (incorrectly) blame themselves when they are late on bills, don’t understand retirement, or spend more than they are earning. Ms. Moody provides education and guidance as they learn how to handle their day-to-day expenses, plan for the future, and lead a richer life.
Don’t let these common excuses stop you from getting rid of financial stress:
- Shame of previous actions
- Fear of looking ignorant
- Fear of money
- Mistrust of banks and financial professionals
- Lack of time
When we give in to these reasons our money doesn’t fix itself, it just stresses us out more, causing strain in our personal relationships and making us unable to focus at work. If this sounds familiar, set up a complementary introductory phone call to determine if my services can get you to the light at the end of the financial tunnel – there’s nothing to lose and everything to gain.